Press release; "Project in America" statement; letter from Kyong Park introduced Yanagi's work to The Journal of Art, Tokyo Correspondent
TUESDAY DECEMBER 18, 1990 – SATURDAY JANUARY 19, 1991Sculptor Yukinori Yanagi’s installation at Storefront took advantage of the gallery’s triangular shape by hanging mirrors on the converging walls to create the illusion of a circular space. The reflection was layered with colored light reflected from red panels installed on half of the floor and ceiling to symbolize the rising sun."I am interested in the movement of various substances. By acting directly on certain materials or in certain places. One provides the stimulus through which latent possibility of movement becomes movement itself." More Yanagi’s work can be seen at http://www.yanagistudio.net/works.html
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